Two videos giving direct evidence of what really happened at the "Boston Marathon Bombing." These are unedited and have no evidence of tampering by government or media. The first sows the actors being prepared with their fake injuries, and has generally not been allowed to the public. The second is an investigation of the site days later, after police and FBI have attempted to remove or conceal any remaining evidence that there was no shrapnel produced by the "bombs."
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